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Welcome to this year’s Henries 80’s style!

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ome of us in this room tonight are old enough to remember the 1980s. Not Warren, Gale and I of course! But people tell us it was a period of incredible musical diversity. There were so many exciting divergent trends. Big Hair, Glam Metal, Electro Pop, New Romantic, Disco, Thrash, Gothic, Indie Rock and pure unadulterated Pop… to name but a few. In many ways there are parallels with the UK greeting card industry today. There is a huge diversity in styles, as we will see tonight with this year’s Henries finalists. There is the over the top glam and glitter look which is the equivalent of Queen’s Freddy Mercury's flamboyant stance and Madonna, to the simple subtle earthiness of REM. There are the greeting card wordsmiths like the Boss, Bruce Springsteen, to the very pretty visual approach that is somewhat kindred to Spandau Ballet and the New Romantics. Musically the 1980s, like the UK greeting card industry of 2018, catered for every age and taste! And like our greeting card industry today, it was very fashion-led or, in many cases, lead fashion! We are fortunate to work in a great, friendly, creative industry. And an industry that, although not without its challenges, is still thriving. It’s an evening to stand tall and be proud of what we do! In the words of the immortal Freddy Mercury, ‘We are the Champions, my friends!’

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A Special Thanks to

The Henries Awards only exist due to a number of companies and individuals, whose commitment to this event we would like to say a ‘big thank you’. Firstly to our wonderful award category sponsors for making The Henries possible, but also to Paper Rose/The Art Group for the magnificent 80s Electric Dreams design for the glorious Henries Invitations that were beautifully printed by Windles with board supplied by Antalis; to Gemma for the 'Now That's What I Call A Menu' that was printed by Loxleys; Windles for the fun placecards; The Sherwood Group for The Henries' finalists display boards; House Of Cards as Entertainment Sponsor and the Higher or Lower competition; Five Dollar Shake/Counting Stars for the Glitter Station, plus Cardzone, Hallmark, The Art File, Woodmansterne, LB Warehousing, Paper Rose, Paper Salad, Simon Elvin, Loxleys, Amscan, and Rhino Rugby for their generosity in donating some great raffle prizes.

Top: (Left to right): The Henries’ Warren Lomax, Jakki Brown and Gale Astley at the Henries Ooh La La themed 2017 awards. Left: This year’s Henries ticket was ‘Poptastic mate’.

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THE man BEHIND THE NaME Why ThE HEnriEs?

The Henries are named after Sir Henry Cole – so who was he?

Above: Sir Henry Cole, the namesake of The Henries caricatured as King Cole, in Vanity Fair in 1871. Below: The logo for The Henry Cole Classic Award.

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The UK greeting card industry has a lot to thank a certain Victorian philanthropist, inventor and culturist who went by the name of Henry Cole. Not only did he introduce the first ever commercially produced Christmas card, but was also a pioneer of the Penny Post (which safeguarded a quick and efficient postal service) and was director of the V&A Museum which remains a source of inspiration of many of today’s greeting card creatives. With these ‘claims to fame’ he was the ideal namesake of the greeting card industry’s product awards - The Henries. It was back in 1843, finding himself too busy to write letters to all his acquaintances at Christmas time, that Henry Cole, commissioned his friend, John Calcott Horsley, a British narrative painter to design a card. This significant Christmas card features a central hand-coloured image of a family party in progress, above the greeting ‘A merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to You’ and is flanked by two much simpler images of the poor being tended. A batch of 1,000 of the cards - only 5” x 3” in size and postcard format - were printed on a lithograph stone and then hand-coloured by a professional colourer. Henry sent some of the cards to his family and friends including his personal messages of goodwill for the festive season, but the remainder of the cards he sold through a stationers shop in London’s Old Bond Street for one shilling (5p) each. There are now only be around only 10 of the original 1,000 Henry Cole cards in existence - many of the cards were destroyed by the puritans of the day – known as Muggletonians - as the image depicted children drinking wine, which was considered inappropriate to Victorian sensibilities. Thankfully, one of the original cards is safe and not too far away! In December 2005 one of original cards (that was sent to a Miss Tripsack, a close friend of the poetess Elizabeth Barrett-Browning) came up for auction at an obscure auction house in Devizes in Wiltshire. The auctioneer, Alan Aldridge, kept a promise that he had made to PG’s Jakki Brown that he would not publicise the card being up for auction to the American market. (A card Sir Henry had sent to his grandmother had been sold via the same auction house to a private US investor only a few years previously, for £22K). Determined to safeguard this precious treasure of UK greeting card history and keep it within the nation, PG’s Jakki Brown was successful in her bid for this very special Christmas card. Sir Henry’s legacy continues strongly, with hundreds of card publishers, thousands of retailers and a strong band of dedicated suppliers perpetuating the wonderful habit of buying and sending greeting cards that are reverred throughout the world.

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Above: This 172 year old 5” x 3” piece of cardboard represents an important part of our cultural heritage – the world’s first commercially produced Christmas cards that was introduced by Sir Henry Cole back in 1843. This card, from the initial 1,000 batch, was sent to Miss Tripsack, a close friend of the poetess Elizabeth Barrett-Browning and is now owned by PG’s Jakki Brown.

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Henry Cole was awarded the CB for his work on The Great Exhibition and was knighted by Queen Victoria in 1875. He was often referred to in the press as Old King Cole. He was known to have the close personal backing of the Queen, and especially of the Prince Consort, who when he needed a facilitator for one of his key projects, reportedly used to say: "We must have steam, get Cole." As well as being a philanthropic civil servant, Sir Henry adopted the pseudonym of Felix Summerly for his more commercial activities. These included designing a prize-winning teapot that was manufactured by Minton. As Felix Summerly, he also wrote a series of children's books, including A book of stories from The home treasury; A hand-book for the architecture, sculpture, tombs, and decorations of Westminster Abbey (1859); An Alphabet of Quadrupeds (1844); and The most delectable history of Reynard the Fox.

Above: Alan Aldridge, principal auctioneer of Henry Aldridge & Sons, Devizes, with the Henry Cole card as it went under the hammer. Left: PG’s Jakki Brown fulfilled a dream by successfully bidding for one of the few remaining examples of the world’s first commercially produced Christmas cards. Below: Sir Henry Cole was the director of the V&A which remains a source of inspiration for many greeting card designers today.

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This year’s Henries awards will take on an Who Judged The Henries? 1980s Electric Dreams theme. The entire responsibility of judging the product entries to this PG got into the groove with the 50+ year’s Henries lay in the collective hands of the judging panel, made up entirely of retailers. The judging panel comprised top retailers who formed this year’s over 50 leading greeting card retail buyers, from right across Henries judging panel to gain a ‘behind FINALISTS (in alphabetical order) Open to: This award was open the retail spectrum. The panel included buyers from leading the view of the judging process to all scenes’ greeting card designers independents, department stores, large specialist chains, l Elliott Bennett, designer and owner of Hearts Designs and artists (employed2018 or for The Henries and to witness how medium-sized groups, supermarkets, garden centres, l Laura Clamp, founder and designer of Flying Teaspoons freelance) under the age of 35 the finalists are arrived at. bookshops, varietal stores and online operators. l Catherine Faulkner, founder and designer of Jelly Armchair l Sarah Jackson, founder and designer of Stormy Knight l Louise Mulgrew, founder and designer of Louise Mulgrew Designs (In alphabetical order by surname) l Emma Pearce, senior designer for Hotchpotch l Janey Apps, co-owner of Paper Turtle in Lewes l Louise Tiler, founder and designer of Louise Tiler Designs l Will Apps, co-owner of Paper Turtle in Lewes on August 1 2016.

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l Jane Bailess, events manager of John Lewis (51 stores)

Elliott Bennett, designer and director of

l Abigail Ball, buyerDesigns: of Fenwick (nine department stores) Hearts

l Anne Barber, owner of In Heaven at Home in Market Harborough “A luxury hand-embellished collection of heart-warming l John Barratt, director of The Card Centre in Felixstowe

sentiments with a l Sarah Bertram, assistant merchandiser of Scribbler (37 stores) contemporary feel, my stand l Katie Briggs, buyer of Funky alonejunior concept named ‘MadPigeon/WHSmith Dots’ was first launched Travel (100+ stores) at PG Live 2015 with a small collection of 22of cards. l Debbie Brown, owner First Since Class Greetings, Hadleigh then we have been continuously adding l Jerry Brown, owner Plum Green, Hadleigh new designs and titles byof popular demand, l Claire Castle, buyer of of Mad WHSmith High Street (575 stores) bringing the currentsenior collection Dots to over 160 designs. I have also been fortunate to have a giftOnly licence onFor my Pictures designs in l David Colman, co-owner of The Place with Lesser & Pavey.”

Islington and Palmers Green

l Teresa Colman, co-owner of The Only For Pictures in Laura Clamp, founder and Place designer of

Flying Teaspoons: Islington and Palmers Green

“I have been designing cards l Melinda Cooper, owner of Thinking Of You in Denby Dale

since November 2015 after l Stuart Delahoy, owner of Set Design in Leicester becoming part of the l Daisy Enticott, buyer of Paperchase (200+ stores) Wraptious portfolio of artists.director Following the cards’ in Northampton l Megan Eyles, of Peppertrees success, I set up my own card publishing l Marion Flaherty, owner of Best Wishes in Garstang company, Flying Teaspoons, in July 2016. l work Kim Foster, secretary of Hawley Garden Centre and My is made company from collaged magazine Nursery, cuttings and Dartford a steady hand to create quirky artwork depicting some of Britain’s favourite wildlife, which l Sarah Green, director of Spots, Wave and High Tide in are then combined with humorous captions bringing a smile.”

Sarah Jackson, founder and designer of Stormy Knight: “I have been designing cheery pun-filled cards for over four years since launching Stormy Knight, and it is now a wellrecognised brand stocked by the likes of Paperchase, Scribbler, Selfridges, Oliver Bonas, and some of the UK’s most exciting independents. ‘The sun may be fun, but storms are more exciting…’”

Louise Mulgrew, founder and designer of Louise Mulgrew Designs: “I launched my brand in 2016 and have since built up a wonderful

l Carly Pearson, senior buyer of Sainsbury’s (1,000+ stores) l Andreacustomer-base Pinder, co-owner of Unit 7,400 Party Planet and of more than independent stockistsBirmingham in the UK, and Barrowford Presentation in Manchester, JapanPorter, and Australia, I translate l Sarah-Jane head ofand licensing of Moonpig my cards and distribute them in Germany, l Tim Reynolds, retail manager of Medici Gallery in Kensington Switzerland and France. As a massive animal-lover, Katy of aSupersales ofor Nuxley mostlof my Sales, designsbuyer feature furry friend two inVillage in Belvedere my whimsical, pen and inky style and I hope willVillage prompt a smile.” l Sheila Sales, partner of Supersales of they Nuxley in Belvedere

l Melinda Stead, card buyer of Set Design in Leicester

Emma Pearce, senior designer

l Lucy Sumner, assistant buyer of seasonal, Paperchase for Hotchpotch:

(200+ “I’m stores) an endless silly pun maker, lovely letterer,buyer quirky creator and l Jenni Taylor, of character Bentalls/Fenwicks (nine department stores) greeting card geek. I’ve been designing Southwold and Bungay l Vivien Thomas, creative director of Celtic Company in Welshpool cards for eight years and I’ve worked all l Rachel Hevicon, buyer of WHSmith Traveland (600+ stores) l Yasminover Twist, Gee Tees, a group of Catherine Faulkner, founder designer the buyer world and as aco-owner freelance of designer of Jelly Armchair: for some the top card companies and created l Danny Ingram, store manager of Creased Cards in Brighton fiveofshops in the north “I co-foundeddirector Jelly Armchair in-house for Artwrap in Australia and (37 stores) l Mark Janson-Smith, of Postmark, five shops in London artwork l Andrew Webb, card buyer of Scribbler at the age of 23 with my International Greetings in Wales. Now, I design inl Ros Jones, managing director of Celtic Company in Welshpool l Nigel Williamson, of House of Cards, a group of sister Liz. Now 25, and house for Hotchpotch andpartner I love the creative l Ellie Kleinlercher, buyer Between The Lines, group sixof shops in the Counties and trend-led collections.” having been in theofgreeting freedom working onHome the innovative card industry for just over 18 of 15 shops Louise Tiler, founder and designerAbove: The Henries months, I have well over 160 designs to l Natalia Kosterska, assistant buyer of Oliver Bonas (72 stores) 2018 Judging Panel of Louise Tiler Designs: my name and so many more I want to get comprised over 50 l Kim Lewis, cardby buyer Longacres “I am an independent surface pattern retail buyers. down! I am inspired sillyofhumour and Garden Centres (four centres) designer and greeting card publisher. Left: (Left-right) Jenni thinking upLishman, puns, along withofa Barkers love of and Barkers Home l Sarah buyer Taylor (Bentalls), I’ve received both national and traditional illustration techniques. I make sure that there’s always in Northallerton Natalia Kosterska international recognition for my design (Oliver Bonas) and an extra surprise for the audience, be it the extra pun/illustration l Kristan Madigan-Miller, director of Cadeaux and Co in Wells work, and I’ve also freelanced for some Sarah-Jane Porter on the back of the card or sneaking funny scenes in to my A2 andscene Chipping Sodbury of the UK’s top card companies. Thereafter, in 2014, I (Moonpig) at the crowd poster wraps.” judging. started my own publishing company. I have a real love l Sally Matson, owner of Red Card in Petworth for colour, florals and detailed artwork, combining l Amanda Oscroft, partner of Love It, Stamford and traditional drawing techniques with modern digital Bury St Edmunds processes to create my vintage inspired contemporary greeting cards.” l Will Oscroft, partner of Love It, Stamford and Bury St Edmunds CATEGORY SPONSOR

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THE LYNN TAIT MOST PROMISING Left: Unit 7’s Andrea Pinder loved being a Henries’ judge. Right: The Henries 2018 judging gets underway. Below: PG’s offices were deluged with Henries entries. Bottom: As sponsor of The Lynn Tait Most Promising Young Designer or Artist, Daisy Enticott (left) and Lucy Sumner (both of Paperchase) were delighted by the quality (in of the entries in this category.

YO UN G DE SIG NE R O R A RT IST A W A RD Open to: This award was open to all greeting card designers and artists (employed or freelance) under the age of 35 The Preparation on August 1June 2016. Throughout and July,

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Elliott Bennett, designer and owner of Hearts Designs Laura Clamp, founder and designer of Flying Teaspoons Catherine Faulkner, founder and designer of Jelly Armchair Theand Judging Sarah Jackson, founder designer Process of Stormy Knight The judging all the product categories, as well asDesigns The Lynn Tait Louise Mulgrew, founder and for designer of Louise Mulgrew Most Promising Young Designer or Artist, took place on a single Emma Pearce, senior designer for Hotchpotch day, in premises adjacent to PG’s London offices. Louise Tiler, founder and designer of Louise Tiler Designs

PG’s offices were deluged with boxes, Jiffy bags and envelopes, boldly marked ‘The Henries’. Together they created a mountain of packages containing over Elliott Bennett, designer and director of Hearts Designs: 15,000 greeting cards, sheets “A luxury hand-embellished of giftwrap and giftbags, collection of heart-warming submitted from well over 200 sentiments with a contemporary different UK publishers. feel, my stand alone concept named ‘Mad All greeting cards submitted for The Henries 2018 are Dots’ was first launched at PG Live 2015 treated equally, whether they are sent in by a multinational with a small collection of 22 cards. Since company, new continuously start-up one-man band publisher and everything then we haveabeen adding new and titles by popular demand, in designs between. The Henries are free of charge to enter meaning bringing the current collection of Mad Dots to over 160 designs. I the awards are open to all. have also been fortunate to have a gift licence on my designs Each& entry is logged in and assigned a number. One card with Lesser Pavey.” design from each entry is retained for archive purposes while the founder and designer ofown large other cardsLaura in eachClamp, submission are mounted onto their Flying Teaspoons: display board. A label was affixed to the top of each board that “I have been designing cards prominentlysince featured a distinct entry number as well as the November 2015 after becoming part of the RRP(s) of the mounted cards. Wraptious portfolio of To overcome any preconceived ideas judges might have had artists. Following the cards’ of publishers, the own brandcard andpublishing company name of each submission success, I set up my for the Flying productTeaspoons, entries areinconcealed. company, July 2016. My workInisthe made collaged casefrom of The Lynn magazine Tait Most Promising Young cuttings and a steady hand to create Designer or Artist category those entering were invited to submit quirky artwork depicting some of Britain’s favourite wildlife, which ready-mounted boardscaptions if they wished. aretheir thenown combined with humorous bringing a smile.” For the Henry Cole Classic award, publishers were asked Catherine Faulkner, founder how and and designer for some substantiating text to demonstrate why the of Jelly Armchair: range has stood the test of time. “I co-founded Jelly Armchair at the age of 23 with my sister Liz. Now 25, and having been in the greeting card industry for just over 18 months, I have well over 160 designs to my name and so many more I want to get down! I am inspired by silly humour and thinking up puns, along with a love of traditional illustration techniques. I make sure that there’s always an extra surprise for the audience, be it the extra pun/illustration on the back of the card or sneaking funny scenes in to my A2 crowd scene poster wraps.”

The criteria for judging were: l Quality Sarah of Design Jackson, founder and l Quality designer of print, production andKnight: manufacture of Stormy “I have been designing l Appropriateness for the marketcheery sector pun-filled at which it is aimed cards for over four years since launching l Value for money Stormy Knight, and it is now a wellAll entries were put on stocked display category by category. The recognised brand by the likes of Paperchase, Scribbler, Selfridges, Oliver judges considered all entries in each category, individually selecting Bonas, and some of the UK’s most exciting the five entries they deemed to be the best in each category. independents. ‘The sun may be fun, but storms are Judging forms were completed by writing the corresponding entry more exciting…’” numbers, in order of merit, in the relevant boxes on the form. Points founder and designer were thenLouise awardedMulgrew, accordingly by the adjudication team; five points of Louise Mulgrew Designs: being assigned to the entries each judge felt was the best in the “I launched my brand in 2016 and category down to onebuilt point the fifth choice. The points from all have since upfor a wonderful customer-base of more than 400 the judges’ forms were then correlated to arrive at the winner and stockists in the UK, five other independent finalists. Japan and Australia, and I translate The winners will only be revealed at The Henries 80s my cards and distribute them in Germany, Electric and Dreams awards, an evening event taking place on Switzerland France. As a massive animal-lover, mostThursday of my designs feature furry friendLancaster or two in Hotel in London. October 4 atathe Royal my whimsical, pen and inky style and I hope they will prompt a smile.”

Emma Pearce, senior designer Which Ranges Were for Hotchpotch: “I’m an endless silly pun maker, lovely Eligible To Enter? quirky character creator and Enteringletterer, The Henries 2018 was greeting card geek. I’ve been designing open to cards all UKfor publishers, as well as worked all eight years and I’ve UK-based distributors over the worldofascard a freelance designer for some of the top card companies and created publishers from overseas. artwork in-house for Artwrap in Australia and Publishers were invited to enter International Greetings in Wales. Now, I design inthat had been houseranges for Hotchpotch and Ilaunched love the creative freedom of August working1 on the or innovative and trend-led collections.” since 2017 new designs that had been added to Louise Tiler, founder and designer ongoing of ranges. Louise Tiler Designs: The“IHenry Classic award am anCole independent surface pattern greeting is slightlydesigner differentand in that this iscard for publisher. I’ve received both national and ranges that have stood the test of time and therefore the onus is international recognition for my design on the heritage andI’ve evolution of the brand rather than just the work, and also freelanced for some of thenew UK’sdesigns top card in companies. the range. Thereafter, in 2014, I started myPublishers own publishing company. I have a real love could enter as many categories as they wished, for colour, florals and detailed artwork, combining with as many entries in each category as they wanted. traditional drawing techniques with modern digital processes create my Danny vintage inspired contemporary greeting cards.” Above:to Creased Cards’ Ingram considers the relative merits of some of the entries.

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Elliott Bennett, designer and owner of Hearts Designs Company and Woodmansterne Charlotte Mason, in-house forFlying Woodmansterne Laura Clamp, founder and designer of Teaspoons and The Proper Mail founder Company Catherine Faulkner, and designer of Jelly Armchair Matt Nguyen, Jolly Awesome Sarah Jackson,founder founderofand designer of Stormy Knight Ian Owen, illustrator and founder of Folio Louise Mulgrew, founder and designer of Louise Mulgrew Designs Lizzie Parker, founder of Penguin Ink Emma Pearce, senior designer for Hotchpotch Emma Pearce, senior designer for Hotchpotch Louise Tiler, founder and designer of Louise Tiler Designs

Emma Grant, senior designer for Elliott Bennett, designer and director of Woodmansterne, The Proper Mail Hearts Designs: and CardMix: “ACompany luxury hand-embellished

“As a London-native, collection of heart-warming country-side dweller, my sentiments with a work is a blend ofmy thestand contemporary feel, energy and attitude of the alone concept named ‘Mad city was and first the colour andatsoul the2015 Dots’ launched PG of Live natural world. Art is my passion and I with a small collection of 22 cards. Sinceam inspired by animals, impressionism and then we have been continuously adding fashion. I believe I evolve as a designer new designs and titles by popular demand, by being obsessive and taking risks; wanting to create bringing the current collection of Mad never Dots to over 160 designs. I something ordinary. My to aim is toa create vibrant that have also been fortunate have gift licence ondesigns my designs give people as much joy as I get from creating them.” with Lesser & Pavey.”

Charlotte Mason, in-house designeroffor Laura Clamp, founder and designer Woodmansterne Flying Teaspoons: and The Mail Company: “I Proper have been designing cards

“I have worked 2015 as anafter in-house since November designer part for Woodmansterne becoming of the Publications for theoflast four Wraptious portfolio years Following and for The Proper artists. the cards’Mail Company since it was in 2016. I success, I set up my ownfounded card publishing love to use traditional techniques company, Flying Teaspoons, in July such 2016.as embroidery, calligraphy and watercolour My work is made from collaged magazine painting, and enhance these with digital processes and foil cuttings and a steady hand to create and flitter embellishment. My detailed and which take quirky artwork depicting some of designs Britain’s are favourite wildlife, time tocombined perfect. Iwith hope that thiscaptions craftsmanship attention are then humorous bringingand a smile.” to detail demonstrates my passion for greeting cards and creates an extra-special gift for the recipient thatdesigner is made Catherine Faulkner, founder and with love.” of Jelly Armchair: “I co-founded Jelly Armchair Nguyen founder atMatt the age of 23 with my of Jolly Awesome: “I amLiz. a designer-illustrator and sister Now 25, and owner of Jolly Awesome. having been in the greetingIn 2014 I quit my corporate card industry for just over 18 marketing jobdesigns and founded months, I have well over 160 to Jolly Awesome, publishing my name and so many more I want to get my contemporary illustrations, down! I am inspired by silly humour and humour-led stationery, greeting cards thinking up puns, along with a love of and giftware. illustration What started as my passion traditional techniques. I make sure that there’s always quickly grew into an awesome anproject extra surprise for the audience, be it the extra pun/illustration and together with oninternational the back of brand, the card ornow sneaking funny scenes in to my A2 my wife Katie and wraps.” dog we have since sold millions of products crowd scene poster into the nicest retailers around the world.”

Ian Owen, founder/illustrator Sarah Jackson, founder and ofdesigner Folio: of Stormy Knight:

“Folio is abeen fun-loving, stationery “I have designing cheery pun-filled design based Cardiff. cards studio for over four in years sinceI launching am a self-taught andaitwellStormy Knight, illustrator, and it is now seems to surprise a lot of people recognised brand stocked by the likes of that I never went to university. Paperchase, Scribbler, Selfridges, Oliver However, a passion forthe drawing and design Bonas, and some of UK’s most excitingled to me buying my first MacBook and a graphics looked independents. ‘The sun tablet may beand fun,I haven’t but storms are back since. My aim is more to create more joy in the everyday by encouraging people to text less exciting…’” and write more through the use of illustration and greeting cards. I have been in business since February 2017 and exhibited for the first time at Louise Mulgrew, founder and designer Spring Fair in February thisMulgrew year. It helped catapult the brand into the of Louise Designs: spotlight, and I “I am now fortunate enough to get to work with fantastic launched my brand in 2016 and names such as have Oliversince Bonas andupSelfridges, as well as some of the UK’s built a wonderful most exciting independents.” customer-base of more than 400 independent stockists in the UK, Lizzie founder Penguin Ink: JapanParker, and Australia, andof I translate “I trained as them a graphic designer my cards and distribute in Germany, and have now found my true Switzerland and France. As a massive animal-lover, I’m proud to say I’ve or two in most of my passion. designs feature a furry friend been my whimsical, penself-publishing and inky stylemy anddesigns I hope they will prompt a smile.” through Penguin Ink since 2016. I draw inspiration from my loves, Emma Pearce, senior designer life and travels.for My Hotchpotch: designs are striking, bright and simple using just or two colours to “I’m anone endless silly pun maker, lovely depict the shadows, highlights and character letterer, quirky character creator and of animals, concentrating on their eyes. I use simple lines and shapes to greeting card geek. I’ve been designing get a lovely texture bring outand the I’ve character ofall that creature. I love cardsand for to eight years worked to touch everything and my cards are an expression over the world as a freelance designerof that.” for some of the top card companies and created Emma designer artwork in-house forPearce, Artwrapsenior in Australia and for Hotchpotch a silly pun maker,Now, lovely letterer, International“I’m Greetings in Wales. I design inpainter, quirky house for Hotchpotch and character I love the creator creativeand greeting on card I’ve been freedom of working thegeek. innovative and trend-led collections.” designing greeting cards for nine years and Tiler, feel sofounder fortunateand to be Louise designer living my design dream. As a of Louise Tiler Designs: freelance designer I’ve all oversurface the world “I am anworked independent pattern and created artwork in-house for Artwrap designer and greeting card in publisher. Australia and IGI’ve Design Group in Wales. Now, received both national andI design for Hotchpotch and love the creative international recognition for my design freedom of working innovative and trend-led I’m so proud work,on and I’ve also freelanced for collections. some toofsee designs on the shelves in some exciting stockists including themy UK’s top card companies. Thereafter, in 2014, I Oliver Bonas, Selfridges, Harrods and lots of lovely stores. I started my own publishing company. I have a real independent love can’t imagine myself working in artwork, any othercombining industry.” for colour, florals and detailed traditional drawing techniques with modern digital processes to create my vintage inspired contemporary greeting cards.”

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BEST CHILDREN’ S RANGE Open to: All children’s greeting card ranges that have been launched or updated (with a minimum of eight designs) since August 2017.

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BEST CHRISTMAS C O UN TE R RA N G E Open to: All Christmas counter greeting card ranges that have been launched or updated (with a minimum of eight designs) since August 2017.

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(in alphabetical order)

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BEST CHRISTMAS BOX OR PACK Open to: Any Christmas box or pack that has been launched since August 2017. This award could be for a specific item rather than for a range.

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(in alphabetical order)

Christmas Houses from The Art File Iced Silver from Five Dollar Shake Pizazz Handmade from Nigel Quiney Poles Apart RSPCA Charity Collection from UK Greetings Sally Swannell Snowy Street from Wrendale Designs Snowy Farm Scene Premium Box from Noel Tatt

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Eternal from IC&G Love + Laughter from Paperlink Love Unlimited from Pigment Symbols of Love from UK Greetings Treasured Moments from Words ‘n’ Wishes Velvet from Jonny Javelin

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BEST CONTEMPORARY WORDS & SE N TI M EN TS RA N G E Open to: All contemporary words and sentiments greeting card ranges that have been launched or updated (with a minimum of eight designs) since August 2017.

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#Justsayin from Lucy Maggie Designs Classics from Deadpan Cloud Nine from Redback Cards Glitter Typography Collection from Oh Squirrel Graph from Paper Plane More Glitter!!! from Counting Stars

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BEST CONTEMPORARY TR EN D RA N G E Open to: All contemporary greeting card ranges that have been launched or updated (with a minimum of eight designs) since August 2017.

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Brush Strokes from Stop The Clock Design Cosmic from Meraki Cut Outs from Jolly Awesome Everyday Word Play from Poet and Painter Miami Vibes from Hotchpotch Pinata from Redback Cards

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BEST HANDMADE OR HA N D -F IN IS HE D RA N G E Open to: All handmade or hand-finished greeting card ranges that have been launched or updated (with a minimum of eight designs) since August 2017.

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The Adventure Collection from Stephanie Davies Design Embroidery – style 416 from The Proper Mail Company Love Is A Four Legged Word from English Graphics Paper Kisses from Janie Wilson Pure Fabrication from Counting Stars Strawberry Fizz from Talking Pictures

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l Embroidery – style 416

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l Paper Kisses

l Pure Fabrication

l Strawberry Fizz

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BEST PHOTOGRAPHIC RANGE Open to: All photographic greeting card ranges that have been launched or updated (with a minimum of eight designs) since August 2017.

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1000 Words from U Studio Design No Kidding from Woodmansterne Nostalgic Memories from Honovi Design Say It from CardMix Travel/Ocean from The Art Group Unleashed from Portfolio

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BEST HUMOUR RANGE Open to: All humour greeting card ranges that have been launched or updated (with a minimum of eight designs) since August 2017.

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Classics from Deadpan Cloud Nine from Redback Cards Everyday Humour from Mean Mail Holy Flaps from Redback Cards Hurrah for Gin from Cath Tate Cards World of Moose from Woodmansterne

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BEST ART RANGE Open to: All art greeting card ranges that have been launched or updated (with a minimum of eight designs) since August 2017.

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Charcoal + Sparkle from Sarah Boddy David Doran from U Studio Design David Shrigley x Brainbox Candy from Brainbox Candy Escapes from 1790 Cards Landmarks from I Drew This Wildlife Botanical from Lola Design

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l David Doran

l David Shrigley x Brainbox Candy

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l Landmarks

l Wildlife Botanical

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BEST LICENSED RANGE Open to: All greeting card ranges involving a licensing agreement that have been launched or updated (with a minimum of eight designs) since August 2017.

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Disney/Marvel Magazine Covers from Hallmark I Like Birds from The Art File Ladybird Books for Grown-ups from Danilo Peter Rabbit from UK Greetings Quentin Blake from Woodmansterne Sara Miller London from The Art File

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BEST GIFTWRAPPING RANGE Open to: All giftwrapping collections that have been launched or updated (with a minimum of eight designs) since August 2017. Entries could either be a range of giftwrap sheets or a collection of wrappings (eg co-ordinating wrap, bags, boxes, ribbons etc).

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Confetti Balloon from Belly Button Bubble NW’s from Noi Publishing Paper Salad from Glick Sara Miller London SS18 from Penny Kennedy Starry Starry Night from Five Dollar Shake Stephanie Dyment Everyday from Glick

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l NW’s

l Paper Salad

l Sara Miller London SS18

l Starry Starry Night

l Stephanie Dyment Everyday

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BEST MALE RANGE Open to: All greeting card ranges aimed at men (non-humour) that have been launched or updated (with a minimum of eight designs) since August 2017.

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(in alphabetical order)

Brooklyn from Folio Fit For A King from GBCC Jamboree from Paper Salad Luxe from Hotchpotch Paloma Blue from Belly Button Designs Ralph from Stop the Clock Design

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BEST WHOLESALE RANGE Open to: All greeting card ranges (of any design type) that are distributed via wholesale distributors or cash & carries that have been launched or updated (with a minimum of eight designs) since August 2017.

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Candy Club from Xpress Yourself Cherished Moments from Regal Publishing Everyday Collection from Out of the Blue Studios Female Collection from Simon Elvin In Loving Memory from Regal Publishing Special Days from Simon Elvin

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l Everyday Collection

l Female Collection

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(in alphabetical order)

Copperleaf from Janie Wilson Gin + Frolics from Rosie Made a Thing Happy Jackson from Pigment Occasions Collection from Naughty Little Cards Paloma from Belly Button Designs Straight Talkin’ from Abacus Cards

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l Happy Jackson

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l Paloma

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BEST SPRING SEASONS RANGE Open to: Greeting card ranges for the Spring Seasons occasions that have been launched or updated (with a minimum of eight designs) since August 2017.

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(in alphabetical order)

Charming Valentine’s from Blue Eyed Sun Gin + Frolics Mother’s Day from Rosie Made a Thing Father’s Day Collection from Ohh Deer Father’s Day Collection from Sooshichacha Easter Collection from Roger la Borde Quicksilver Easter from Wendy Jones-Blackett

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l Gin + Frolics Mother’s Day

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(in alphabetical order)

Fizzle & Pop from Twizler Fruit & Friends from Stripey Cat Krafty Glitter from Tache Crafts Scrabbley Pom Pets from Bexy Boo Tiny Squee Mousies from Santoro Zoo Lane from Paper Salad

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l Fruit & Friends

l Krafty Glitter

l Scrabbley Pom Pets

l Tiny Squee Mousies

l Zoo Lane

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THE HENRY COLE CLASSIC AWARD This award is for ranges that have stood the test of time. All winners of this award enter The Henry Cole Hall of Fame. The 2018 winner will join previous winners, which are Bestie from Paperlink, Eric the Penguin from GBCC, Forever Friends from Hallmark, Giggles from UKG, Me to You from CBG, Medici Cards Blue Label from GBCC, On the Ceiling from Emotional Rescue, Pizazz from Nigel Quiney, Pop-Ups from Second Nature, Quentin Blake from Woodmansterne and Rainbow from Ling Design.

FINALISTS

(in alphabetical order)

l The Bright Side from Really Good l Die Stamped from Caroline Gardner l Harold’s Planet from Clare Maddicott Publications l Matt from Woodmansterne l Photocaptions from Cath Tate Cards l Swing Cards from Santoro

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The Bright Side was first published by Really Good in December 2007. The range has taken the industry by storm in both cards and giftware over the last 10 years. The hugely popular range that shares the thinkings of Rachel Bright has gone from strength to strength. With new designs still being added to the range to sit alongside old favourites, The Bright Side continues to be ever popular and instantly recognisable to both the industry and consumers alike.

These excellent observations on cards by Daily Telegraph cartoonist Matthew Pritchett have been raising smiles since they were launched in 2008. Five-times winner of the UK Press Awards and receiving an MBE in 2002, Matt has been wryly capturing everyday British moments for over 20 years.

Die Stamped from Caroline Gardner Without a doubt Die Stamped (NT) is the range most people would recognise instantly as Caroline Gardner and for good reason! 2018 marks the 25th anniversary and NT’s are the same age! When Caroline started making cards 25 years ago each card was completely handmade! Starting with a beautiful and thick textured board, Caroline added pieces of wire, each one carefully bent into a shape, including prams, hearts and stars among others. But demand soon because too high for this level of hand finishing, so Caroline took a trip to an artisan printer in London and hit on the very traditional, and then quite rarely used, method of die stamping, and so the Die Stamped range was born. The range flew off the shelves and is doing so to this day. It truly has stood the test of time!

Harold’s Planet from Clare Maddicott Publications Harold’s Planet was the brainchild of the Last Lemon duo Lisa Swirling and Ralph Lazar. The range started as a part-time project in London back in 1996. The pair decided to give up their jobs enabling them to commit to the project full-time. The couple decided to move to Ile au Cerf an island in the Seychelles and it was there that Harold came to life. Clare Maddicott collaborated with Last Lemon to introduce Harold onto greeting cards. Inspired by their travels, the lovable uncomplicated character of Harold evolved and is portrayed through a series of simple but beautiful illustrations. Printed in bold colours, these funny, upbeat and life affirming cards cover all the usual subjects, which Harold holds dear to his heart, such as wine, Prosecco, gardening and the art of forever staying young.

Photocaptions from Cath Tate Cards Cath Tate Card’ Photocaptions range have been supplying people across the UK and around the world with a dose of Cath Tate’s witty and wise sense of humour for nearly 20 years. Now with over 300 designs in the range, Cath Tate first came up the idea of marrying an old Edwardian Photograph with a modern humorous caption in the late 1990’s. Today the Photocaptions range is still a bestselling range and ranks in the top selling humour cards for many shops. Seven collections from the range have been published as popular books. Over the years the Photocaptions have been many times imitated but never surpassed in their unique style and sense of humour.

Swing Cards from Santoro First published in 1994, Swing Cards® have become an evergreen global sensation, winning a swathe of international awards for their intricate and innovative design and creative use of paper. A classic collection within the industry, Swing Cards® will celebrate its silver anniversary in 2019. The collection has stood the test of time and from an initial launch of 12, this has now grown to a portfolio of over 200 designs available in more than 60 countries around the world. For nearly 25 years Santoro’s Swing Cards have brought together innovative pop-up technology, creative paper engineering and design innovation. This creates simply astounding and unique paper sculptures with swinging moving parts that are suitable for all occasions.

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BEST SERVICE TO THE

IN D EP EN D EN T RE TA IL ER The finalists in this category were arrived at as a result of an exhaustive poll involving over 1,500 independent card retailers. The retailers were invited to nominate which companies they considered to be their top three card suppliers on the service front over the last year. The response was amazing - service being a key issue to retailers. The responses were then correlated, awarding three points to all first choices, two points to those mentioned as second choices and one point to all third choices. These points were then totalled up to arrive at the 12 finalists. There are three trophies in this category, the Gold, Silver and Bronze awards which will be presented to the top three scoring suppliers in the retail poll.

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Other serious contenders:

(in alphabetical order)

The following publishers polled well but not quite well enough to make it into the finals.

Cherry Orchard Publishing Grass Roots IC&G Jonny Javelin Nigel Quiney Noel Tatt Paperlink Pigment Second Nature UK Greetings Woodmansterne Publications Words ‘n’ Wishes

13th

Ling Design

14th 15th 16th

Tracks Publishing Rosie Made a Thing Belly Button Designs

17th 18th 19th 20th 21st 22nd

Dandelion Stationery Wendy Jones-Blackett The Art File Paper Rose Hallmark Cards Abacus Cards

23rd Carte Blanche Greetings Group 24th Rachel Ellen Designs 25th Five Dollar Shake

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GRASS ROOTS

INTERNATIONAL

26th 27th 28th 29th 30th

The Great British Card Company Stop the Clock Design Ohh Deer Think Of Me Blue Eyed Sun

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HONORARY ACHIEVEMENT AWARD This prestigious award is presented to an individual who has contributed greatly to the UK greeting card industry. The winner can come from the retailing, publishing, wholesaling or the supply side of the trade. Nominations are sought from the entire industry for this special award.

Who will this year’s winner be?

The previous winners of this award are: 2017 - Rod Schragger and Trevor Schragger (co-owners of Second Nature)

2004 - Peter Reichwald (founder of The Great British Card Company)

2016 - Gary Rowley (former ceo of UK Greetings)

2003 - John Charlton (former chief executive of UKG and senior vice president of American Greetings) - Stuart Mackay (former managing director of UKG and former managing director of Birthdays, but currently chairman of Paper Rose and director of Simon Elvin)

2015 - John and Jennie Procter (founders and co directors of Scribbler) 2014 - Louise Tighe (founder of Paperlink) 2013 - Beth Genower and Matt Genower (founders of Five Dollar Shake) 2012 - Lynn Tait (former owner of The Lynn Tait Gallery and founder of The Ladder Club sadly now deceased) 2011 - Giles Andreae (creator of Purple Ronnie, Edward Monkton and co-creator of Happy Jackson) 2010 - Timothy Melgund (deputy chairman of Paperchase) 2009 - Keith Auty (former marketing director of UK Greetings) 2008 - Mike Bugler (former managing director of Clinton Cards) - Dennis Podmore (chairman of Windles sadly now deceased) 2007 - Clinton Lewin (former group managing director of Clinton Cards) - Debbie Lewin (former product development director of Clinton Cards) 2006 - Chris Dyson (joint managing director of Cardgains buying group) 2005 - Duncan Spence (business angel with an investment in Carte Blanche Greetings and Moonpig) - Stephen Haines (founder of Carte Blanche Greetings)

2002 - William McCracken (former GCA special advisor, former managing director of Ling Design and founder of one of the four first specialist card chains) - Paul Woodmansterne (managing director of Woodmansterne Publications) 2001 - Simon Elvin (founder of Simon Elvin, and owner of Nigel Quiney, Glick Designs and Paper Rose) 2000 - Andrew Brownsword (founder of Andrew Brownsword Collection and former owner of Gordon Fraser) 1999 - John Condon (former director of Clinton Cards) - George Pomphrett (former director of Clinton Cards) 1998 - Don Lewin OBE (founder and former chairman of Clinton Cards) 1997 - David Hicks (founder of Really Good and Soul) 1996 - Stewart Stott (former managing director of Nigel Quiney - sadly now deceased)

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Who’s sitting where? First Name

Surname

Company

Table Number Barry

Benham

Heidelberg

Rebecca

Abell

Carte Blanche Group

61

Jo

Bennett

Card Factory

22

Nick

Adsett

The Great British Card Company 39

Jo

Bennett

Cherry Orchard Publishing

21

25

Adejoke

Adedeji

G F Smith

28

Jodie

Billingham

Card Factory

23

Samantha

Airzee

Redback Cards

47

Siobhan

Blackshaw

Card Factory

24

Christopher

Alcock

Laura Sherratt Designs

51

Ian

Blake

Woodmansterne Publications 53

Jill

Alexander

UKG

16

Stuart

Blake

The Imaging Centre

Moose

Allain

World of Moose

53

Peter

Boddy

Sarah Boddy

33

Eleaonor

Allen

Simon Elvin

44

Phoebe

Boddy

Sarah Boddy

33

Emma-Louise

Allen

Windles

6

Sarah

Boddy

Sarah Boddy

33

Keely

Allen

Sherwood Group

35

Simon

Boyd

PGLive

16

Martyn

Allen

Honovi Design

8

Leanne

Bradley

Second Nature

18

Gary

Anderson

Loxleys Print

35

Vince

Brearery

Offset Print & Packaging

35

Julie

Anderson

Danilo

23

Ben

Brierley

Windles

46

Giles

Andre

Happy Jackson

59

Katie

Briggs

WH Smith

53

Capella

Andrean

Redback Cards

47

Julie

Brightley

The Imaging Centre

5

5

Lisa

Ardren

Grass Roots International

18

Bella

Broke

Woodmansterne Publications 34

Tracey

Arnaud

Progressive Greetings

38

Jakki

Brown

PGLive

16

Rajeev

Arora

Davora

48

Rob

Brown

Grass Roots International

18

Louise

Ashton

Cherry Orchard Publishing

21

Rod

Brown

Words n Wishes

14

Gale

Astley

Progressive Greetings

38

Chris

Bryan

Second Nature

11

Jeremy

Bacon

The Sherwood Group

48

Angie

Bryant

Progressive Greetings

38

Richard

Bacon

Loxleys

39

Pennie

Bryant

Tache

2

Katarzyna

Badelek

Solutions Polska

18

Alice

Buck

Loxleys

26

Lucy

Bailey

Belly Buton

7

Jim

Bullough

Max Publishing

17

Steve

Baker

Pigment

59

Fiona

Burge

Really Good

63

Daniel

Bangham

Second Nature

18

Ruth

Burgess

B&M Retail

64

Lynn

Barry

sooshichacha

3

Frances

Burkle

Paperchase

49

Sophie

Bartlett

U Studio Design

42

Emily

Burr

Booths

30

Sharon

Bay

Janie Wilson

8

Andrew

Busby

LB Warehousing

15

Amy

Beeby

Archway Cards

65

Fiona

Buszard

Simon Elvin

44

Laura

Beer

sooshichacha

3

Sandra

Butler

Morgan Lewis

17

Claire

Behan

Woodmansterne Publications 53

Alison

Butterworth

Nigel Quinny

50

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Maria

Bygate

The Paper Dove Company

26

Stephanie

Davies

Stephanie Davies Designs

41

Mark

Callaby

Ohh Deer

6

Andrew

Davis

LS20 Letterpress Studio

45

Richard

Campbell

Herbert Walkers

27

Joanne

Davis

UK Envelope Centre

45

Samantha

Campbell

A W Hainsworth

27

Michelle

De Lavis

Trafford Choice

30

Brian

Carey

Abacus

30

Adrienne

Deakins

Carte Blanche Group

61

Nick

Carey

Abacus

30

Alan

Deaton

Pigment Productions

27

Martin

Carter

Danilo

23

Amanda

Del Prete

Hallmark Cards

60

Claire

Castle

WH Smith

11

Helen

Dennis

Woodmansterne Publications 34

Ana

Castro-Di Tella

U Studio Design

42

Jayne

Diggory

Portfolio

15

Darren

Cave

UK Greetings

31

Bryn

Dineen

Poet + Painter

8

Lucie

Chadderton

sooshichacha

3

Sarah

Dixon

Card Factory

Nicky

Churchill

The Jonny Javelin Card Co

12

Fiona

Douglass-Gibson Cherry Orchard Publishing

John

Clark

Cherry Orchard Publishing

21

Ian

Downes

Start Licensing

17

Abby

Clarke

Card Factory

22

Lois Mary

Downs

sooshichacha

3

Jo

Clarke

Toasted Crumpet

28

Angela

Dowson

The Jonny Javelin Card Co

12

Lee

Clarke

Toasted Crumpet

28

Ilona

Drew

I Drew This

2

Emma

Clooney

Paperchase

49

Anneke

Driscoll

Lucilla Lavender

6

Vincent

Collier

Carte Blanche Group

61

Ross

Dunbar

Card Factory

24

22 21

Jackie

Collins

Cherry Orchard Publishing

25

Ciro

Dunlop

Spring & Autumn Fair

52

Claire

Collinson

Card Factory

24

Chris

Dyball

Archway Cards

65

Gail

Conway

Gail Conway Jewellery

16

Amy

Eastland

Carte Blanche Group

61

Janie

Cook

Janie Wilson

7

Rob

Edgerton

Carte Blanche Group

61

Kirstie

Cookman

Pigment Productions

27

Polly

Edgmore

Card Factory

22

Scott

Corbett

Paperchase

49

Suzanne

Ellingham

Spring & Autumn Fair

52

Ayesha

Corcoran

sooshichacha

3

Frankie

Ellis

Paperlink

58

Mike

Coster

Simon Elvin

44

Kevin

Ellis

Paperlink

58

Duncan

Cox

U Studio Design

42

Liz

Ellis

Abacus Cards

48

Tracey

Cox

Gemma

51

Maddie

Ellis

Paperlink

58

Kay

Crawford

Cherry Orchard Publishing

25

Sophie

Ellis

Cherry Orchard Publishing

25

James

Creed

Poet + Painter

8

Grace

Elphinstone

Carte Blanche Group

61

Lucy

Creed

Poet + Painter

8

Janet

Elvin

Simon Elvin

44

Jonathan

Crosby

Stripey Cats

4

Simon

Elvin

Simon Elvin

44

Kate

Culpin

Paperchase

49

Leah

Emery

Cath Tate Cards

2

Bev

Cunningham

Consultant

17

Chloe

Evans

Leekes

11

Sarah

Curedale-Rayner Real & Exciting Designs

47

Sarah

Evans

Simon Elvin

44

Mark

Curtis

Woodmansterne Publications 53

Stephanie

Evans

Design Group

64

Hannah

Dale

Wrendale Designs

47

Rebecca

Exton - Russell

Wotamug

25

Jack

Dale

Wrendale Designs

47

Lauren

Fearon

Max Publishing

38

Chris

Davies

The Great British Card Company 19

Jack

Fenton

sooshichacha

3

Margaret

Davies

Stephanie Davies Designs

Lydia

Fergusson

Paperchase

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Beverley

Fisher

Cherry Orchard Publishing

21

Michael

Griffiths

Noel Tatt

Matt

Fitzpatrick

Cinnamon Aitch

50

Elaine

Hall

Fedrigoni

51

Sarah

Fitzpatrick

Cinnamon Aitch

50

Millie

Hall

Pigment

59

Luke

Fletcher

Pigment

6

Rosie

Hamilton

Rosie Made a thing

28

Richard

Foley

Card Factory

22

Darren

Hancock

Jacksons CRS

65

Helen

Ford

Paperlink

58

Joanne

Hancock

Cardzone

25

Amanda

Foster

Hallmark Cards

60

Joanne

Hannan

LB Warehousing

15

Linda

Fox

The Original Poster Company 39

Rob

Hannan

LB Warehousing

15

Ella

Francis

Noi Publishing

2

Rachel

Hare

Belly Button

7

Tracy

Francis

Noi Publishing

2

Kathy

Harrington

Stop the Clock Design

45

John

Franey

Hallmark Cards

27

Jackie

Harrison

The Jonny Javelin Card Co

12

Gary

Freeman

Method

38

Cate

Hartley

The Jonny Javelin Card Co

12

Kris

Freer

EBB Board

35

Laura

Harvey

Paper Plane

4 28

18

Claire

Frost

Paper Salad

62

Bexie

Hassett

Bexy Boo

Steve

Gallagher

The Great British Card Company 19

Chris

Hehir

Slater Harrison & Co

41

Alison

Gauntlett

Woodmansterne Publications 53

Lia

Helme

UK Envelope Centre

45

Helen

Geary

UK Greetings

31

Fliss

Hemms

The Great British Card Company 26

Dawn

Gennery

Pigment

59

Simon

Heneghan

Merseyside Greeting Cards

65

Eleanor

Gerrard

sooshichacha

3

James

Henry

Woodmansterne

51 50

Rachel

Gilbey

Stripey Cats

4

Nick

Henry

Gould Paper

Tom

Gill

Hallmark Cards

60

Ben

Hickman

Brainbox Candy

7

Keith

Gillespie

Woodmansterne Publications 53

David

Hicks

Really Good

63

Hope

Glass

Woodmansterne Publications 34

Collette

Hill

B&M Retail

64

David

Gledhill

1790 Cards

8

Karen

Hirst

Card Factory

22

Lucy

Glover

Enveco

33

Rob

Hodgson

U Studio Design

42

Jacqui

Godlove

Wendy Jones-Blackett

63

Jessica

Hogarth

Jessica Hogarth Design

28

Matt

Goodman

Hallmark Cards

60

Emily

Hopgood

Paperchase

49

Peter

Goodman

SMS/Sensations

16

Louise

Hoste

Card Factory

24

John

Gott

Sherwood

51

Chris

Houfe

Emotional Rescue

48

Karla

Goulding

Hartley Park

39

Jason

Howard

Tracks Publishing

27

Alison

Graham

Spring & Autumn Fair

52

Yvonne

Howard

The Jonny Javelin Card Co

12

23

Dan

Grant

Danilo

Rachel

Hyde

Woodmansterne Publications 34

Emma

Grant

Woodmansterne Publications 53

Ian

Hyder

Max Publishing

Kathryn

Grayson

Danilo

23

Shivraj

Idoine

Lagom

62

Mark

Grayson

Progressive Greetings

38

Jade

Illing

Enveco

33

David

Greaves

16

Charlotte

Illsley

Leekes

11

17

Jane

Green

Sooshichacha

3

Aina

Jackson

Strand Paper

27

Bill

Greeno

Paperlink

58

David

Jackson

Design Group

64

Peter

Grice

The Impact Group

65

Ian

Jackson

Polytint

44

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Jackson

Polytint

44

Molly

Lister

Tracey Russell designs

11

Julian

Jackson

Strand Paper

27

Sharon

Little

GCA

38

Nick

Jackson

Stormy Knight

6

Jenny

Lockwood

Card Factory

22

Sarah

Jackson

Stormy Knight

6

Jackie

Lomax

Trailfinders

17

Erin

James

Stop the Clock Design

45

Toby

Lomax

Trailfinders

17

George

James

Windles

14

Warren

Lomax

PGLive

16 39

Mark

Janson Smith

Postmark

17

Tony

Lorriman

Loxleys

Mathias

Janssen

Verlag Dominique GmbH

4

Rebecca

Lowe

sooshichacha

3

Raisa

Jendricks

Artfile

50

Ged

Mace

The Art File

62

Mark

Jessett

G F Smith

28

James

Mace

The Art File

6

Clare

Johnson

EBB Paper

35

Karen

Mace

The Art File

48

Claire

Jones

Pigment

6

Fatima

Mapara

John Lewis

34

John

Jones

Enveco

33

Alister

Marchant

Carte Blanche Group

61

Steve

Jones-Blackett

Wendy Jones-Blackett

63

John

Marquez

I Drew This

2

Wendy

Jones-Blackett

Wendy Jones-Blackett

63

William

Marr

Windles Group

35

Dan

Just

Noel Tatt

18

Nicky

Marshall

The Sherwood Group

48

Dipti

Kaneria

Piccadilly Greetings Group

5

Michelle

Martin

Otter House

26

Jitesh

Kaneria

Piccadilly Greetings Group

5

Phil

Martin

The Imaging Centre

5

Ian

Kear-Bertle

Windles

7

Vicki

Martin

Otter House

26

Lee

Keeper

Woodmansterne Publications 53

Charlotte

Mason

Woodmansterne Publications 53

Andrew

Kemmett

Design Group

64

Nicky

Mayer

Design Group

64

Simon

King

The Sherwood Group

48

Danielle

McCarthy

Stripey Cats

4

Katie

Kirby

Cath Tate Cards

51

Judy

McEwan

The Jonny Javelin Card Co

12

Carlton

Knight

Plan It Cards

39

Ann

McGuirk

B&M Retail

64

Rachel

Knight

Janie Wilson

8

Tara

McManus

Noel Tatt

46

Tracey

Knox

Alpha Colour Printers

19

Nicole

Mendelsohn

Astound

63

Jennie

Kwan

Spring & Autumn Fair

52

Tracey

Merriman

Cherry Orchard Publishing

21

Tomasz

Kwiatkowski

Solutions Polska

18

Anna

Metcalfe

Penguin

23

Lucilla

Lavender

Lucilla Lavender

6

Stuart

Middleton

Card Factory

22

Daniella

Lawrence

Cath Tate Cards

2

Amanda

Miles

ICG

29

Sharee

Lawrence

Cath Tate Cards

2

Kevin

Miles

ICG

29

Kate

Leach

Woodmansterne Publications 34

Stuart

Miller

Flamingo

51

Ashley

Leatherland

Stephanie Dyment

14

Michelle

Mills

Windles

14 6

Stephanie

Leatherland

Stephanie Dyment

14

Jamie

Mitchell

Ohh Deer

Charlotte

Legge

Cherry Orchard Publishing

21

Georgia

Moat

The Paper Dove Company

26

Cathy

Lennon

Second Nature

11

Denise

Molineux

Cherry Orchard Publishing

21 65

Mark

Lewis

Handcrafted Card Co

14

Mark

Molloy

Jacksons CRS

Tom

Lewis

Card Factory

22

Howard

Molyneux

Fedrigoni UK

46

Beth

Lewton

Woodmansterne Publications 34

Natalie

Moore

Paperlink

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MoorhouseSmith Card Factory

24

David

Orr

Simon Elvin

44

Jon

Morgan

Museums & Galleries

50

Adam

Osborne

Woodmansterne

50

Natalie

Morphet

Portfolio

15

Luke

Ostle

Alpha Colour Printers

35

Belinda

Morris

1790 Cards

8

Luke

Ostle

Alpha Colour Printers

19

Amanda

Mountain

Lola design

4

Helen

Pallen

Cherry Orchard Publishing

25

Frank

Mountain

Lola design

4

Rob

Palmer

Pigment

59

Ellie

Muhairez

Lucy Maggie Designs

5

Sandi

Parisi

UK Greetings

31

Peter

Muldrew

Alpha Colour Printers

19

Berni

Parker

Berni Parker Designs

47

Roberta

Mullkerrin

Out Of The Blue Studios

65

John

Parker

Berni Parker Designs

47

Dolores

Murphy

Twizler

8

Amanda

Parkin

Gemma International

39

Laura

Murphy

Twizler

8

Jacqui

Parr

PGLive

16

Giovanni

Musio

Spring & Autumn Fair

52

Gemma

Parris

Paperchase

49

Simon

Myers

Maiora

50

Dave

Parry

Graphite Creative

62

Tony

Myers

Slater Harrison & Co

41

Ash

Patel

Second Nature

50

Jayne

Myers

UK Greetings

31

Andy

Patterson

Woodmansterne Publications 34

Nicola

Nash

Abacus

30

Emma

Pawson

Hallmark Cards

60

Sam

Neal

Geoff Neal Litho

35

Matt

Payne

Method

38

Martin

Nevin

Emotional Rescue

16

Gabrielle

Peace

UKG

16

Angie

Newbold

LB Warehousing

15

Emma

Pearce

Carte Blanche Group

61

Ebony

Newton

Ebony Newton

59

Carly

Pearson

Sainsbury’s

58

Katie

Nguyen

Jolly Awesome

4

Rob

Pearson

Solutions Polska

18

Matt

Nguyen

Jolly Awesome

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Sue

Penson-Evans

Card Factory

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Gavin

Nicholas

Louise Tiler

62

Vicky

Phillips

Paperchase

Frank

Nicholls

Tache

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Simon

Pilkington

Fedrigoni UK

46

Amy

Nicholson

Pigment

59

Fiona

Pitt

Hallmark Cards

27

Richard

Nicholson

Pigment

59

Carl

Pledger

Nigel Quiney

48

Charlotte

Nixon

36

Bruce

Podmore

Windles

7

Andrea

Norcott

Windles

6

Lucy

Podmore

Windles

7

Laura

Norgrove

Design Group

64

Michelle

Porter

Lagom

62

Simon

Nutbrown

Cornflower

51

Andy

Potton

Graphite Creative

62

Matt

Nutter

Card Factory

22

Martin

Powderley

Pigment Productions

27

Ian

O'Brien

Pigment

59

Anna

Price

Hotchpotch

26

Thomas

O'Brien

Boxer Gifts

16

Daniel

Prince

Danilo Promotions

39

Mike

O'Connor

17

Josephine

Prince

Danilo

23

Claire

Offord

Paperlink

58

Laurence

Prince

Danilo

23

Oliver

O'Kane

Cherry Orchard Publishing

25

Zoe

Proctor

Card Factory

23

Jo

Oldridge

Disney

60

Reggie

Pugh

Paper Rose

26

Darcie

Olley

sooshichacha

3

Tim

Purcell

Paperlink

58

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Karen

Rathbone

Cherry Orchard Publishing

21

Katie

Siddall

Peter

Rawlingson

Out Of The Blue Studios

65

Lewis

Simpson

Loxleys

26 47

17

Mark

Rawson

Gould Paper

51

John

Skeet

Skeet Print

Lynda

Raymond

LB Warehousing

15

Kai

Skeet

Skeet Print

47

Tony

Raymond

LB Warehousing

15

Brett

Smith

Danilo

23

Mark

Rees

Penmark

60

Jane

Soodeen

Paperlink

58

Tom

Regan

Regent Envelopes

41

Jonny

Spears

The Jonny Javelin Card Co

12

Jane

Roberts

ICG

29

Mandy

Spears

The Jonny Javelin Card Co

12

Mark

Roberts

Abacus

30

Lucy

Spence

Lucy Maggie Designs

5

Sian

Roberts

Design Group

64

Sandy

Spilsbury

Pigment

59

Tony

Roberts

ICG

29

Colleen

Stacey

Noel Tatt

46

Miles

Robinson

House of Cards

63

Lisa

Stalker

Pigment

46

Becky

Roe

Handcrafted Card Co

14

Chris

Stanley

Redback Cards

47

Sue

Rooke

The Jonny Javelin Card Co

12

Kate

Stanley

Redback Cards

47

Abbie

Ross

G F Smith

28

Kat

Stark

Woodmansterne Publications 34

Alana

Rourke

Paper Rose

50

Kat

Stenson

Holly

Rowe

Cherry Orchard Publishing

25

Janet

Stevens

G F Smith

28

Clive

Rubin

Out Of The Blue Studios

65

Ceri

Stirland

UK Greetings

31

Tracey

Russell

Tracey Russell designs

11

Tina

Stones

Card Factory

24

36

Andy

Russon

Skeet Print

51

Tara

Strickland

Santoro

41

Lisa

Rutherford

John Lewis

34

Matthew

Stringfellow

UK Greetings

31

Jennie

Rutter

emotional rescue

33

Lucy

Sumner

Paperchase

49

Carl

Salt

Words n Wishes

14

David

Tallentire

Simon Elvin

44

Debbie

Saltmarsh

Pigment

46

Cath

Tate

Cath Tate Cards

48

Chris

Sandwell

EBB Paper

35

Rosie

Tate

Cath Tate Cards

50

Lucio

Santoro

Santoro London

48

Andreas

Tatt

Noel Tatt

18

Meera

Santoro

Santoro London

41

Jarle

Tatt

Noel Tatt

7

Nicole

Schragger

Second Nature

11

Chris

Taylor

Cardzone

60

Rod

Schragger

Second Nature

11

James

Taylor

Cardzone

25

Derren

Seal

Cherry Orchard Publishing

21

Keith

Taylor

Cherry Orchard Publishing

21

Pooja

Shah

Davora

39

Neil

Taylor

Deadpan

2

Chris

Sharman

Herbert Walkers

27

Paul

Taylor

Cardzone

60

Danilo

23

Imogen

Shaw

Pigment

59

Deryl

Thomas

Laura

Sherratt

Laura Sherratt Designs

51

Alan

Thompson

Lisa

Shoesmith

Really Good

63

Tina

Thompson

Adam

Short

The Imaging Centre

5

Andy

Thornton

Jessica

Short

The Imaging Centre

5

Jack

Thorpe

Paper Plane

4

Robert

Short

The Imaging Centre

5

Ian

Thurston

G F Smith

28

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Louise

Tighe

Paperlink

58

Jeffrey

Williams

Alpha Colour Printers

19

Louise

Tiler

Louise Tiler

62

Jude

Williams

Carte Blanche Group

61

Alice

Tillotson

The Art File

62

Kimberley

Williams

Belly Button

7

Mark

Timlett

Woodmansterne Publications 34

Margaret

Williams

Alpha Colour Printers

19

Simon

Timms

Graphite Creative

62

Mark

Williams

Brainbox Candy

7

Carol

Tindal

Fedrigoni UK

46

Tom

Williams

Museums & Galleries

47

Natalie

Todhunter

The Jonny Javelin Card Co

12

Nigel

Williamson

House of Cards

63

Rosie

Trow

Rosie Trow

63

Rob

Willis

Progressive Greetings

38

Andy

Turner

Cherry Orchard Publishing

25

Abi

Wilson

Sainsbury’s

31

Paul

Urban

Kingfisher Cards

16

Jack

Wilson

Paper Salad

62

Georgiana

Vear

Telegraph Media Group

53

Karen

Wilson

Paper Salad

62

Sarah

Vockins

Simon Elvin

44

Tina

Wilson

Janie Wilson

7

Claire

Wagstaff

ICG

29

Rachel

Wood

UK Greetings

31

Clive

Wagstaff

ICG

29

Kristoff

Woodhouse

Transrap

36

Glynne

Wagstaff

ICG

29

Paul

Woodmansterne Woodmansterne Publications 6

Ian

Wagstaff

ICG

29

Seth

Woodmansterne Woodmansterne Publications 34

Katie

Wagstaff

Oh Squirrel

52

Antony

Woodward

Windles

Simon

Wagstaff

ICG

29

Simon

Woolridge

EBB Board

35

Ursula

Wagstaff

ICG

29

Cheryl

Wren

Artfile

51

Hazel

Walker

Paperchase

49

Simon

Wright

UK Greetings

31

Helen

Wallace

Carte Blanche Group

61

Steve

Wright

Hallmark Cards

60

Peter

Walsh

Fedrigoni UK

46

Emma

Yorston

Transrap

36

Dave

Warsop

Danilo Promotions

39

Oliver

Yorston

Transrap

36

Demi

Watson

UK Greetings

31

Peter

Yorston

Transrap

36

Lindsay

Wells

The Jonny Javelin Card Co

12

Emma

Young

Paperlink

58

Tim

West

Second Nature

11

Hans

Ziebeck

Ling Designs

50

44

Sarah

Weston-Mouse

Simon Elvin

Chloe

Westrop

Woodmansterne Publications 53

Kelvin

White

ICG

Liz

Whitehead

The Jonny Javelin Card Co

12

Helen

Whitsey

emotional rescue

33

Colleen

Whittaker

Out Of The Blue Studios

65

Chris

Wilcox

The Great British Card Company 19

Lucy

Wilkins

Oh Squirrel

52

Alan

Williams

Mint Publishing

14

Amy

Williams

Alpha Colour Printers

19

Astra

Williams

Mitchell Stephenson

64

Debbie

Williams

Mint Publishing

14

James

Williams

Alpha Colour Printers

19

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